Tuesday, July 5, 2011

5:00 - 7:00 pm Registration, University Club, Indiana Memorial Union
5:30 - 7:00 pm Opening Reception, President's Room, University Club, Indiana Memorial Union
Wednesday, July 6, 2011
Session 1 - Facilities
8:00 am
Registration (cont.)
8:30 am
Welcome, Paul Sokol, Indiana University, USA
8:40 am
Opening Remarks, Dr. Sarita Soni, Vice Provost for Research - Indiana University Bloomington, Associate Vice President - Indiana University
8:50 am

Xuewu Wang, Tsinghua University, China
The Compact Hadron Source: A Mid-Term Progress Report

9:25 am
Chun Loong, Sun Yat-sen University, China
Education, Instrumentation Development and Industrial Applications Relevant to Compact Accelerators and Neutron Sources
10:00 am

Paul Sokol, Indiana University, USA
The Low Energy Neutron Source - Current Status and Future Plans

10:30 am
Session 2 - Accelerator and Beam Optics
11:00 am

Enrico Fagotti, INFN, Italy
Status and perspectives of an RFQ-based neutron facility in Italy

11:25 am

Lina Quintieri, INFN, Italy
A Photo-neutron source at the Daϕne Beam Test Facility of the INFN National Laboratories in Frascati: design and first experimental results

11:50 am
12:00 pm
Session 3 - Moderator Neutronics
1:15 pm
David Baxter, Indiana University, USA
Moderators at LEN: Performance and Development Research
1:50 pm
Phillip Ferguson, SNS, Oak Ridge National Lab, USA
SNS Neutron Source Development at the Low Energy Neutron Source
2:15 pm
Yoshiaki Kiyanagi, Hokkaifdo University, Japan
Recent progress of pulsed neutron imaging in Japan
2:40 pm
Haiyang Yan, Indiana University, USA
A measurement of the change of the energy dependence of the total cross-section of phase II solid methane from confinement in aerogel glass
3:05 pm
3:25 pm
Yoshiaki Yiyanagi, Hokkaido University, Japan
Neutronic study on a epithermal moderator system for the boron neutron capture therapy based on a small proton accelerator
3:50 pm
Pierfrancesco Mastinu, INFN, Italy
The LENOS Project at Laboratori Nazionali di Legnaro of INFN-LNL
4:15 pm
William M. Snow, Indiana University, USA
Neutron Source Development for an Experiment in Neutron-Antineutron Oscillations
4:50 pm
5:30 pm
Dinner (on your own)
Thursday, July 7, 2011
Session 4 - Innovative Instrumentation
8:30 am
Kenneth Herwig, SNS, Oak Ridge National Lab, USA
Uses of Compact Accelerator-based Neutron Sources for Development of Scattering Instruments, Techniques, and Components for High-power Facilities
8:55 am
Klaus Habicht, Helmholtz-Zentrum, Germany
FLEX@HZB – its options – its upgrade
9:20 am
Boris Khaykovich, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA
From x-ray telescopes to neutron scattering using axisymmetric mirrors to focus a neutron beam

9:45 am


James Clayton, Varian Medical Systems, USA
Radiation Effects in Linear Accelerator Operations for Non Destructive Testing, Security, Industrial and Medical Applications

10:10 am
10:30 am
Fernando Sordo Balbin, ESS-Bilbao, Spain
Design studies for ESS-BILBAO neutronic applications laboratory
10:55 am
Gianfranco Prete, INFN, Italy
The SPES project: a second generation ISOL facility
11:20 am
John Carpenter, Argonne National Lab, USA
Concept for tests of a gallium-cooled target at LENS
11:45 am
Tom Rinckel, Indiana University, USA
Target Performance at the LENS Neutron Source
12:10 pm
Session 5 - Poster Session
1:15 pm
Poster Session
2:45 pm
Group photo
3:00 pm
Poster Session (cont.)
Tours of LENS
Breakout Group Discussion Sessions
5:15 pm
Bus to Conference Dinner
6:00 pm
Reception and Conference Dinner at Oliver Winery
Friday, July 8, 2011
Session 6 - Emerging Science
8:30 am
Yutaka Yamagata, RIKEN, Japan
A Plan of compact neutron source for industrial application at RIKEN
8:55 am
Dao-xin Yao, Sun Yat-sen University, China
Magnetism, Multiorbits and Neutron Scattering in Iron-based Superconductors
9:20 am
Mark Savage, NAVSEA Crane, USA
Neutron Effects Testing: a user’s perspective
9:45 am
Matthew Halstead, Air Force Institute of Technology, USA
Neutron Energy Spectrum Characterization on TMR-1 at the IU Neutron Source
10:10 am
10:30 am
Sangjin Lee, Indiana University, USA
3D Fast Neutron Tomography for the Future Cyber Infrastructure
10:55 am
Xin Li, Indiana University, USA
The Theoretical Foundation of Spin-Echo Small-Angle Neutron Scattering (SESANS) Applied in Colloidal System
11:20 am
Narayan Das, Indiana University, USA
Shape and Size of highly concentrated micelles in CTAB/NaSal solutions by small angle neutron scattering (SANS
11:45 am
Discussions and Summary
12:30 pm
1:30 pm
End of Meeting


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